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July 11, 2004
College offering one-session course on King Arthur Harford Community College is offering a one-session course, "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table." from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fallston Hall on the HCC campus. The legend of King Arthur, a blend of history and myth, has been added to by generations of storytellers. For more information, call HCC's Continuing Education and Training Division at 410-836-4376 or 410-879-8920, Ext. 376. Entries sought for playwriting contest Harford Community College is seeking entries for a one-act playwriting contest.
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By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2014
Two weeks ago, we could only preview the coming attraction of the Ballet Theater of Maryland's full-length production of "Swan Lake. " Now, after seeing its debut performance last weekend, it's safe to say artistic director Dianna Cuatto has made good on her goal to redefine innovative choreography and dance artistry at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Viewing Cuatto's study of the enchanting mythical characters battling evil and discovering the power of love, it's easy to see why this ballet ranks high on every balletomane's list.
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FEATURES
By Karin Remesch | September 7, 1998
Alumni Theatre Company, Catonsville Community College. Male and female performers needed for an evening of lounge music featuring songs by Frank Sinatra and friends. Prepare one up-tempo song. Impersonations welcomed. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the Barn Theatre on campus, 800 S. Rolling Road. Behind-the-scenes help also needed. Call 410-455-4400.Catonsville Community College. "Christmas Around the World," a holiday review. Saturday at the Q Theater on campus, 800 S. Rolling Road.
NEWS
By Mike Giuliano | February 22, 2013
Dancing figures are the center of attention in many of the paintings in Trudy Babchak's exhibit "Motion/Emotion" at Howard Community College. Indeed, there's really nothing else in the paintings to draw your attention away from these moving female dancers. You sense this painter's approach to figuration as soon as you walk into the show. "The Dance" has a figure in a flowing dress who's essentially caught in motion. You can't really say anything about her personality, because this tightly cropped image only shows her face from about the nose down; and you don't see the full extent of her outstretched arms.
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Staff Writer | March 10, 1992
Female dancers in nude silhouette and dancers showing too much of their real skin has exposed a Towson nightclub to a $500 fine.The Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners imposed the fine yesterday against The Original Kaos, in a small shopping center off the 1500 block of E. Joppa Road. The club bills itself as a "sophisticated adult cabaret" and features dancers performing on several stages from noon to 2 a.m.Board members heard testimony from police that on several occasions last autumn, dancers in the club removed their tops, leaving only their nipples covered by pasties.
SPORTS
May 26, 2011
NFLers rules Diane Pucin Los Angeles Times Apolo Anton Ohno dazzled with his footwork. Shawn Johnson dazzled with her determination and her leg strength. Kristi Yamaguchi was elegant, Helio Castroneves was smooth, but the best athlete to win "Dancing With the Stars" has to be one of the NFLers. Emmitt Smith and Hines Ward play a sport where you have to be strong and fast, use your hands and your feet. So which one is it, Smith or Ward? Who should win the Super Bowl Mirror Ball, if we were to give one for the best of the athlete winners?
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 15, 2005
Ballet Theatre of Maryland Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto offered dance for every taste in her program to close the season last weekend at Maryland Hall. The opening work, set to Ravel's "Bolero," showcased female dancers' strengths. The second dance featured three women and one man smoothly changing partners with the trio in "Bittersweet Images." And, for classical tastes, a pas de deux from Don Quixote ended the first half. After intermission, the program's major work, An American Southwest Carmen, was presented.
FEATURES
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | August 9, 2004
Barely 10 minutes into the show, sweat covered Usher's face, drenching the front of his shirt. It was obvious Friday night at 1st Mariner Arena that he wanted to prove true his boasts of being a master showman - with moves and voice that dazzle. If the hype in recent interviews with the pop star is to be believed, you should leave his show awe-struck. After all, he is, in his own words, an "ultimate entertainer." Well, the guy is charismatic, and his songs are the most infectious things on the radio right now. But because Usher seems to think he's fabulous, it was hard to feel connected to his show.
NEWS
By Mike Giuliano | February 22, 2013
Dancing figures are the center of attention in many of the paintings in Trudy Babchak's exhibit "Motion/Emotion" at Howard Community College. Indeed, there's really nothing else in the paintings to draw your attention away from these moving female dancers. You sense this painter's approach to figuration as soon as you walk into the show. "The Dance" has a figure in a flowing dress who's essentially caught in motion. You can't really say anything about her personality, because this tightly cropped image only shows her face from about the nose down; and you don't see the full extent of her outstretched arms.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson, For The Baltimore Sun | February 27, 2014
Two weeks ago, we could only preview the coming attraction of the Ballet Theater of Maryland's full-length production of "Swan Lake. " Now, after seeing its debut performance last weekend, it's safe to say artistic director Dianna Cuatto has made good on her goal to redefine innovative choreography and dance artistry at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts. Viewing Cuatto's study of the enchanting mythical characters battling evil and discovering the power of love, it's easy to see why this ballet ranks high on every balletomane's list.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | July 12, 2012
Welcome to our first live show of the season. Cat is shiny in gold. I won't lie -- I look forward to seeing what she's wearing each week.  Since we're only getting one show a week this season, I was worried we wouldn't get the group numbers we used to get on the results show, but this show starts out with one. Yay! It's all 10 couples dancing behind tables in what's supposed to look like an office setting. I only wish my work was (A) this uncluttered and (B) scored so well.  They've kept the introductions intact, with each dancer coming out and doing a move or two while Cat says his/her name.
SPORTS
May 26, 2011
NFLers rules Diane Pucin Los Angeles Times Apolo Anton Ohno dazzled with his footwork. Shawn Johnson dazzled with her determination and her leg strength. Kristi Yamaguchi was elegant, Helio Castroneves was smooth, but the best athlete to win "Dancing With the Stars" has to be one of the NFLers. Emmitt Smith and Hines Ward play a sport where you have to be strong and fast, use your hands and your feet. So which one is it, Smith or Ward? Who should win the Super Bowl Mirror Ball, if we were to give one for the best of the athlete winners?
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 15, 2005
Ballet Theatre of Maryland Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto offered dance for every taste in her program to close the season last weekend at Maryland Hall. The opening work, set to Ravel's "Bolero," showcased female dancers' strengths. The second dance featured three women and one man smoothly changing partners with the trio in "Bittersweet Images." And, for classical tastes, a pas de deux from Don Quixote ended the first half. After intermission, the program's major work, An American Southwest Carmen, was presented.
FEATURES
By Rashod D. Ollison and Rashod D. Ollison,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | August 9, 2004
Barely 10 minutes into the show, sweat covered Usher's face, drenching the front of his shirt. It was obvious Friday night at 1st Mariner Arena that he wanted to prove true his boasts of being a master showman - with moves and voice that dazzle. If the hype in recent interviews with the pop star is to be believed, you should leave his show awe-struck. After all, he is, in his own words, an "ultimate entertainer." Well, the guy is charismatic, and his songs are the most infectious things on the radio right now. But because Usher seems to think he's fabulous, it was hard to feel connected to his show.
NEWS
July 11, 2004
College offering one-session course on King Arthur Harford Community College is offering a one-session course, "King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table." from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday at Fallston Hall on the HCC campus. The legend of King Arthur, a blend of history and myth, has been added to by generations of storytellers. For more information, call HCC's Continuing Education and Training Division at 410-836-4376 or 410-879-8920, Ext. 376. Entries sought for playwriting contest Harford Community College is seeking entries for a one-act playwriting contest.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | March 15, 2001
The continental United States is divided into four time zones, but the Mechanic Theatre is in a zone of its own this week - "Swing!" time. In this zone, time can be fast, slow, sultry or hoppin', but whatever the pace, the purpose is the same - a good time. A big-band, jitterbugging Broadway revue, "Swing!" is the third show about the retro dance craze to hit Baltimore stages this season. It has slick musicianship, virtuoso dancing, clever staging and smooth singing. If you're a swing fan, it'll be the cat's pajamas.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | March 15, 2001
The continental United States is divided into four time zones, but the Mechanic Theatre is in a zone of its own this week - "Swing!" time. In this zone, time can be fast, slow, sultry or hoppin', but whatever the pace, the purpose is the same - a good time. A big-band, jitterbugging Broadway revue, "Swing!" is the third show about the retro dance craze to hit Baltimore stages this season. It has slick musicianship, virtuoso dancing, clever staging and smooth singing. If you're a swing fan, it'll be the cat's pajamas.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Amy Watts | July 12, 2012
Welcome to our first live show of the season. Cat is shiny in gold. I won't lie -- I look forward to seeing what she's wearing each week.  Since we're only getting one show a week this season, I was worried we wouldn't get the group numbers we used to get on the results show, but this show starts out with one. Yay! It's all 10 couples dancing behind tables in what's supposed to look like an office setting. I only wish my work was (A) this uncluttered and (B) scored so well.  They've kept the introductions intact, with each dancer coming out and doing a move or two while Cat says his/her name.
FEATURES
By Karin Remesch | September 7, 1998
Alumni Theatre Company, Catonsville Community College. Male and female performers needed for an evening of lounge music featuring songs by Frank Sinatra and friends. Prepare one up-tempo song. Impersonations welcomed. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday at the Barn Theatre on campus, 800 S. Rolling Road. Behind-the-scenes help also needed. Call 410-455-4400.Catonsville Community College. "Christmas Around the World," a holiday review. Saturday at the Q Theater on campus, 800 S. Rolling Road.
NEWS
By Patrick Gilbert and Patrick Gilbert,Staff Writer | March 10, 1992
Female dancers in nude silhouette and dancers showing too much of their real skin has exposed a Towson nightclub to a $500 fine.The Baltimore County Board of Liquor License Commissioners imposed the fine yesterday against The Original Kaos, in a small shopping center off the 1500 block of E. Joppa Road. The club bills itself as a "sophisticated adult cabaret" and features dancers performing on several stages from noon to 2 a.m.Board members heard testimony from police that on several occasions last autumn, dancers in the club removed their tops, leaving only their nipples covered by pasties.
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